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The original proposal seemed to be to hold the AMA itself on meta, which isn't what meta is for. If there is an AMA, it should be on chat. I also note that the AMA on Physics seems to have run monthly but then had a hiatus of several months. Physics is a rather larger community than ours (they have 133 users who've earnt 100+ reputation so far this month; ...


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Interesting proposal, but I don't think an AMA is the best format for this site. The 'M' part is the part that I think doesn't really fit, why should the focus be on only one person? Couldn't other experts also have good or even better answers to your questions? If you want to know something related to that person in particular, you can simply use the chat ...


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The current button color is using #1 from the palette as proposed in the design feedback thread. Here is how it would look using #2 (#227277):


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I think the solution was given in the design proposal thread and is featured on every page: And the SVG sprite should probably be used there (currently it's a PNG).


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The current button color is using #1 from the palette as proposed in the design feedback thread. Here is how it would look using #6 (#0e5870):


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Great analysis. Based on the data so far, it looks like 5 would be a reasonable threshold: a post with more than 5 comments within 3 days would raise a flag to moderators. This doesn't necessarily mean that the right answer for all of those flags -- or even for most of those flags -- is going to be to move all of the comments to chat. However, the data ...


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Let's create a list of posts with not too many comments, some of which we'd rather have in chat: https://cs.stackexchange.com/a/29078 -- not the shortest thread and many comments belong here, but the stuff about teaching goals should be taken to chat. https://cs.stackexchange.com/q/28998/ -- Discussion needed/wanted about a question being ontopic resp. ...


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The current button color is using #1 from the palette as proposed in the design feedback thread. Here is how it would look using #3 (#308e9c):


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